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Mother’s gift to Jodi taken from Gorebridge Cemetery

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Police Scotland

Three charged after Dalkeith drugs raid

Crime

Quarter of teens disregard warnings to stay away from railway lines

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Midlothian’s mystery man is millionaire

News

Delivery driver robbed in Dalkeith

Crime

Penicuik soldier helps to tackle Peak District moor fire

News

Midlothian young people find a brighter future

News
The upturned boat. Pic by Ian Burnett.

Appeal after boat abandoned on Newtongrange street

Crime
Hess Owenhill, Alex Owen-Hill and James Bryce Hill who form The Interactive Storytelling Collective and will be performing in The Edinburgh Fringe this year 9/7/18

Gorebridge family set for Fringe show debut

News
Penicuik lose Montgomery Memorial Trophy (picture: Jim Dick)

Penicuik 1-4 Auchinleck Talbot: Visitors win Montgomery Memorial Trophy

Sport
Penicuik were in action last Saturday against Auchinleck Talbot (picture: Jim Dick)

Harvey: It is an exciting time for Penicuik

Sport
Jonny Stewart had a lot to celebrate at Bonnyrigg last season. Pic by Ian Georgeson.

Rose gaffer promotes Stewart to assistant

Football
Ecurie Ecosse racing driver Colin Noble (left)

Noble aims to bounce back after Le Mans 'frustration'

Sport

Sporting projects in line for cash boost

Sport

Garcia Tena signing brings a buzz to Newtongrange

Sport

Ex-Juventus man joins Newtongrange Star as U20s head coach

Sport

What we miss as Scotland fans: the 1982 World Cup revisited

Football

Revealed: how fleas affect the health and homes of pet owners

Lifestyle
Much of Game of Thrones is based on actual history (Photo: HBO)

The bloody Scottish history that inspired Game of Thrones' Red Wedding

Arts
The Kitchin - led by Tom Kitchin - is the best restaurant in Scotland - according to Square Meal (Photo: JP)

10 Scottish restaurants named in UK top 100

News
The M8 motorway

Scotland’s most dangerous motorways revealed

Lifestyle

Tenants share horror stories from time renting in Scotland

Lifestyle
Alice Wyllie and Katie McAllister, from National Museums Scotland, listen in to the soundtrack of Scotland at the opening of Rip It Up (Photo Neil Hanna).

Rip It Up and delve into the story of Scottish pop at National Museum of Scotland

Lifestyle